A new IATA Conference is to be held on the 5th and 6th June In partnership with the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS)
Pilot Training, Evaluation and Qualification,in the New Era of Competency-Based Training
It is a must for anyone involved with airline management, pilot training and recruitment.
One of the main objectives of the IATA Training and Qualification Initiative (ITQI) is to improve operational safety through the implementation of new training programs such as the multi-crew pilot license (MPL) and evidence-based training (EBT) in flight operations, set in a competency-based framework.
Our goal is to shift the emphasis of pilot training, from a task-based to a competency-based training approach, through the examination of evidence, with the goal to mitigate the risks and threats faced in everyday operations. The conference provides a unique opportunity for training providers, operators and regulatory authorities to discuss best practices in the implementation of
MPL and EBT programs, in a competency-based framework.
The IATA Training and Qualification Initiative (ITQI) is moving to Phase II: supporting the implementation of multi-crew pilot license (MPL) and evidence-based training (EBT), in a competency-based framework.
This paradigm shift in pilot training, evaluation and qualification requires:
Learn more from the successes and challenges faced by the organizations that have implemented, or are in the process
of implementing, competency-based training, by joining us in London for this two-day conference.
All sessions include a panel discussion allowing for audience interaction and contribution.
Who should attend:
For more information and registration details, please visit us at www.aerosociety.com